Tyrone West

Tyrone West Would Have Been 50

Tyrone West Would Have Been 50

May 29, 2019

The sister of Tyrone West, Tawanda Jones, has been protesting for 303 weeks since 2013 to get justice for her brother who was killed by University and city police in Baltimore

Are the Deaths of These Black Men in Police Custody Really Accidents?

Are the Deaths of These Black Men in Police Custody Really Accidents?

February 20, 2019

A TRNN investigation looks at several cases of African-American men who died in police custody that were ruled accidents or due to natural causes, but outside experts argued were in fact the result of an aggressive police tactic

Hidden Victims

May 17, 2018
An ongoing investigative series exploring black women’s interactions with law enforcement and city agencies as victims of crime, sexual assault, police brutality as well women who have entered the prison industrial complex.

State’s Attorney’s Race: Marilyn Mosby on Tyrone West, Keith Davis and Her Critics

April 17, 2018

In the third and final part of our conversation with Marilyn Mosby, we talk about some of the criticism she has faced in her role as Baltimore City’s top prosecutor

Tyrone West’s Sister Refuses $1 Million Settlement

July 28, 2017

Tawanda Jones told the BCPD she would not accept the settlement, which included a gag order that would have shut down “West Wednesdays” protests demanding justice for the wrongful death of her brother

Tawanda Jones: 1,400 Days of Protest for Police Accountability

June 12, 2017

Executive Producer Eddie Conway interviews political activist Tawanda Jones as she seeks justice for the police-involved death of her brother Tyrone West

Should the Community Control the Police?

November 30, 2014
In the final part of the series, host Marc Steiner asks the all-important question: Where do we go from here? Baltimore community members give their insight.